Five Tips for Successful Social Media Branding

Posted by on May 23, 2017 in Digital Media, Social Media
Five Tips for Successful Social Media Branding

By: Kara Dement Twitter: @KaraDeMent_ In more ways than one, social media is at the heart of how most organizations communicate with their audiences. ‘Heart’ is a good metaphor since it’s both central to the communications strategy and the source of how the organization looks and feels—and of course the ‘look and feel’ is the […]

Make My Social Media Post Go Viral

Make My Social Media Post Go Viral

By Kat Beaulieu, Communications Strategist “Make my social media post go viral” It’s what every client wants and the gold standard for measuring social media success. Plus, who wouldn’t want to be the genius behind a post that goes viral? And yet, it is an elusive goal that faces many challenges, not the least of […]

REI Wins Big with Black Friday Boycott… So Far

Posted by on Nov 11, 2015 in Marketing, Public Relations, Social Media
REI Wins Big with Black Friday Boycott… So Far

By Shae Geary As part of the growing group of people who are turned off by the endless consumerism that surrounds the Thanksgiving holiday, I was thrilled to hear of REI’s recent decision to shun Black Friday and instead #optoutside. The outdoor gear company announced in October that it would close all 143 locations on […]

Meet the Team: Keely – Design and Multimedia Specialist

Meet the Team: Keely – Design and Multimedia Specialist

To help our audience learn who is behind the content on this blog, we’ve been releasing a series of Q&A’s from our team. In this month’s edition, you will learn all about our Design and Multimedia Specialist, Keely Smith. Keely brings an eye for design to the (W)right On team. Her experience stretches from web […]

12 Signs PR Agency Life Isn’t for You

Posted by on Sep 29, 2015 in Marketing, Public Relations, Social Media, Uncategorized
12 Signs PR Agency Life Isn’t for You

By Julie Wright 1. Month end is just another day to you.   2. You’re happiest doing one thing at a time.   3. You don’t read the by-lines as closely as the articles. 4. You don’t measure your life in 5 minute increments.   5. You come up with song hooks instead of news […]

Why PR is Becoming a Visual Game (and How to Win)

Posted by on Mar 25, 2015 in Public Relations, Social Media
Why PR is Becoming a Visual Game (and How to Win)

Remember when you were a little kid and your parents asked you to pick out a book to read? Did you gravitate toward the one that was a sea of black-and-white letters, or the cool one with lots of colorful, eye-catching photos? In high school geometry, which was the better textbook? The one that wrote […]